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Indian train kills 14 workers laid-off in coronavirus lockdown

An Indian train killed 14 migrant workers who had fallen asleep on the track on Friday while they were heading back to their home village after losing their jobs in a coronavirus lockdown, police said. Tens of thousands of people have been walking home from India's big cities after being laid off because of the lockdown to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus since late March. The driver tried to stop the freight train when he saw the workers on the tracks in the western state of Mahara...
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Indian train kills 16 workers laid-off in coronavirus lockdown

An Indian train killed 16 migrant workers who had fallen asleep on the track on Friday while they were heading back to their home village after losing their jobs in a coronavirus lockdown, police said. Tens of thousands of people have been walking home from India's big cities after being laid off because of the lockdown to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus since late March. The driver tried to stop the freight train when he saw the workers on the tracks near Aurangabad town in the we...
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United States: US Gov't Relaxes HIPAA Enforcement Activities To Support The Fight Against Coronavirus - Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz

The United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which oversees enforcement of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)...
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United States: Europe Issues Guidelines On Privacy Issues In The Coronavirus Pandemic - Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz

The European Data Protection Board (the EDPB), which brings together the data protection authorities of the 28 member states of the European Union, issued guidelines on the...
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49ers' five most critical 2020 games for securing No. 1 seed in NFC

Some games on the 49ers' 2020 schedule will carry more weight than others.
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India's Jio Platforms lands $1.5 billion from Vista Equity, marking 3 big investments in 3 weeks

US investment firm Vista Equity is pumping about $1.5 billion into Jio Platforms, the digital technology arm of Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani's sprawling conglomerate Reliance Industries.
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United States: Podcast: COVID-19: Recent Developments In Credit Funds Secondaries: Has The Pandemic Introduced New Opportunities? - Ropes & Gray LLP

In this Ropes & Gray podcast, asset management partners Isabel Dische and Katie Waite discuss some of the reasons why the credit funds secondaries market has historically been...
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Nigeria: A Case For The Virtual Hearings Of Urgent Matters During The COVID-19 Pandemic… And Going Forward! - S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.

At the base of all inventions and innovations lies a golden cord – necessity. With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown on public gatherings including court sessions...
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Australia: High Court decision on indigenous Australians exposes fault lines of our divided nation - Marque Lawyers

The High Court split 4:3 and the majority of judges ruled that an Aboriginal Australian cannot be an alien to Australia.
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Sister reacts to arrests in Ahmaud Arbery case: It's a relief

CNN's Chris Cuomo speaks with Jasmine Arbery, the sister of Ahmaud Arbery, after two men involved in his fatal shooting near Brunswick, Georgia, have been arrested and face murder and aggravated assault charges, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
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United States: Legacy CMBS Added As Eligible Collateral Under TALF Program - Mayer Brown

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve announced additional actions to support the U.S. economy, which included expanding its Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility ("TALF 2020")...
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Nigeria: COVID-19: An Act Of God (Force Majeure Or Frustration) In Law? - S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.

The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic and the attendant lockdown which has disrupted commercial activities will, no doubt, create contractual problems.
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They were about to film a TikTok, then came an unplanned visitor

Annette Desmond, a mail carrier for the US Postal Service, became a TikTok sensation after pulling up her truck right as neighbors Alexa Dinga and Collins Kitchens were about to record one of their TikTok dances.
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Mail carrier becomes an instant star after interrupting this TikTok recording

Annette Desmond, a mail carrier for the US Postal Service, became a TikTok sensation after pulling up her truck right as neighbors Alexa Dinga and Collins Kitchens were about to record one of their TikTok dances.
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Fantasy Football Podcast: Rookie Snapshot — the top sleepers from the 2020 NFL Draft

Liz Loza and Eric Edholm are back for another edition of their Rookie Snapshot fantasy football podcast series!
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Canada: Single-Employer Order Issued For Congregate Care Settings - Torkin Manes LLP

This includes residential or emergency residential services funded under the Violence Against Women Support Services program or the Anti-Human Trafficking Community Supports program.
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The Mossad mission to capture architect of Holocaust

On May 11, 1960, Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann was nabbed by a team of Israeli spies after years on the run in Argentina, ending a long manhunt. Ten days later, drugged and dressed as a crew member of Israeli flag carrier El Al, he was smuggled to Israel by Mossad agents and put on trial. "The security services found one of the great Nazi war criminals, Adolf Eichmann," prime minister David Ben Gurion announced on May 23, adding that he was under arrest in Israel and would face trial, in a ...
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Nurse accused of stealing credit card from patient dying of COVID-19

A nurse on Staten Island is accused of stealing and using the credit card of a dying COVID-19 patient.
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2 arrested in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery. The attorney for Arbery's father says if it was Arbery and his father who killed a white jogger they would have been arrested on the spot

"We have every right to expect an arrest immediately based on the ocular proof presented in that video of his execution," Ben Crump said.
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4th relative charged in death of Michigan guard enforcing mask rule

Brya Shatonia Bishop, the sister of the alleged shooter, is accused of tampering with evidence and lying to police following the killing in Flint.
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G.O.P. Coronavirus Message: Economic Crisis Is a Green New Deal Preview

As the economy melts down, embattled conservatives are testing a political response: saying Democratic climate policies would bring similar pain.
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Tottenham star Son completes basic training in South Korea

Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-min finished his three-week military training in South Korea on Friday and was right near the top of the class. The 27-year-old Son entered the Marine Corps training camp on the southern island of Jeju on April 20 for a basic training period that he undertook while the Premier League was suspended in Britain because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Former WME Agent Duncan Millership Joins Anonymous Content

Duncan Millership has joined Anonymous Content as a manager. Millership is joining the company from WME where he was a partner and represented talent such as Hugh Jackman, Richard Madden, Matthew Rhys, Pedro Pascal, Nick Jonas, Helena Bonham Carter and Jonathan Pryce. The news comes as WME announced it would be cutting 20 percent of […]
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Former Vice President Al Gore tells CNN's Anderson...

Former Vice President Al Gore tells CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta that President Donald Trump and his administration have failed to properly handle the coronavirus pandemic in the US, and that we are seeing the start of a "botched" reopening.
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Canada: Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy – What Does The Legislation Say? - Fogler, Rubinoff LLP

On April 11, 2020, the federal government passed Bill C-14 (A second Act respecting certain measures in response to COVID-19; the "Act")...
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Lodi Winery Supporting Coronavirus Research With New Release ‘Going Viral’

LODI (CBS13) — A Lodi winery is supporting research for the coronavirus with a new wine that has a f itting name.     “Going Viral,” a merlot, is a unique collaboration between a father and daughter. It’s not a wine you might expect at Michael David winery, but it comes with a lot of history. “Lodi isn’t really known for merlot but this is off a family vineyard that my grandmother grew up on,” owner Michael Phillips said. Phillips said it’s a 2018 vintage merlot that took about two years to b...
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India: When Does The Clock Start Ticking? - L&L Partners

The common law maxim "vigilantibus et non dormientibus jura subveniunt", means the law helps those who are vigilant and not those who sleep over their rights.
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Trump Campaign Manager Debuts Trump-Branded Face Mask, Twitter Users Flip

The irony of the reelection slogan "Keep America Great" on required protective gear amid a pandemic was not lost.
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Jimmy Glenn, New York bar owner and retired boxer, dies after coronavirus diagnosis

Jimmy Glenn, a former boxing trainer and Times Square bar owner, died on Thursday after fighting the novel coronavirus for weeks, his son told CNN.
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